Anishinaabe Radio News

Basketball coach Kelvin Sampson has seen and done a lot to get to where he is today. 

Keweenaw Bay Ojibwa Community College, the NMU School of Art and Design and the NMU Center for Native American Studies participate in the Great Lakes Indigenous Art, Education, and Healing project. 

This week's episode focuses on Canadian Parliamentary Poet Laureate Louise Bernice Halfe.

The National Indigenous Women’s Resource Center is calling the world to address the crisis of missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls. 

Athabaskan elder Katie John fought for Native subsistence fishing rights in Alaska.

Canadian doctor Alika Lafontaine is the subject of this week's ARN. 

Native comedian and writer Adrianne Chalepah is the focus of this week's Anishinaabe Radio News. 

This week's episode focuses on artist and writer Jeffery Veregge and his work on Marvel's Voices: Indigenous Voices #1.  

In partnership with NASA, a team of middle-schoolers from the Lac Courte Oreilles Ojibwe Tribe in Wisconsin sent fish eggs on a recent excursion into space. 

April Lindala talks about singer/songwriter Curtis Jonnie, better known as Shingoose.